Category Archives: Arts and Entertainment

InSouth Magazine 1st Annual Fashion Show “A Night of Bonitas”

Greenville, SC August 2017- As a lifestyle magazine, we are pleased to offer an event at the "Upstate" where our customers, readers, friends, and followers will enjoy the latest fashion trends while at the same time having the purpose of benefiting a beautiful cause: AHAM. The mission of this Organization is to grant university scholarships…
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Tickets Now On Sale For Carolina Ballet Theatre’s Snow White The Ballet

Greenville, S.C. – August 31, 2017–Tickets for Carolina Ballet Theatre’s Snow White The Ballet are now available through the Peace Center. Carolina Ballet Theatre’s Snow White The Ballet is a unique retelling of the classic fairytale. Traditionally, the story portrays the deep envy of the wicked stepmother and the evil that ensues. Carolina Ballet Theatre’s imaginative adaption of the classic favorite…
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Public invited to see The Old Cigar Warehouse

GREENVILLE, S.C. – People considering hosting a corporate event, private party or wedding at The Old Cigar Warehouse have a special night to explore the historic downtown space later this month at a Venue Showcase. The Venue Showcase will be held on Wednesday, August 29 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. and is a free…
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Carolina Ballet Theatre Presents Snow White The Ballet

CBT reinvents a classic fairytale with a surprising twist Greenville, S.C. – August 4th , 2017– Carolina Ballet Theatre’s Fall Season begins with a unique adaptation of Snow White. This storybook ballet is based on the classic fairytale; however, Snow White the Ballet will contain a unique twist. This one-of-a-kind retelling will feature choreography by the acclaimed Mark Diamond, Artistic…
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Greenville-based Country Band Claims Coveted Slot At Tumbleweed Music Festival

[caption id="attachment_15659" align="alignnone" width="1000"] Photo Credit: Bain Stewart[/caption] Greenville-based, independent country band, Greg Payne and The Piedmont Boys hits the road next week to play Tumbleweed Music Festival, in Kansas City, Missouri, the biggest outlaw country music festival in the world. Loyal fans submitted over 100 bands for a chance to win the coveted Tumbleweed…
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Greenville-based Country Band Claims Coveted Slot At Tumbleweed Music Festival

Greenville, SC – July 21, 2017 – Greenville-based, independent country band, Greg Payne and The Piedmont Boys hits the road next week to play Tumbleweed Music Festival, in Kansas City, Missouri, the biggest outlaw country music festival in the world. Loyal fans submitted over 100 bands for a chance to win the coveted Tumbleweed Emerging…
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Brewery 85 Announces Concert Series Line Up

Brewery 85 is happy to announce their End of Summer Concert Series. This is live music from local artists playing their own original music. These events are brought to you Biergarden style! Just a reminder: This is a regular Pop-Up Biergarden so those rules will apply. Bring your Brewery 85 stein or buy one for…
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Greenville Symphony Association Names Julianne M. Fish Executive Director

GREENVILLE, S.C. – The Greenville Symphony Association (GSA) announces the appointment of its new Executive Director, Julianne M. Fish.  Ms. Fish will replace Andrew (Andy) J. White Jr., the current Interim Executive Director, who has been in place since March 2016, following the death of the former Executive Director, Sherwood Mobley. “We are pleased to…
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New leadership team takes the helm at the Brooks Center

[caption id="attachment_14915" align="alignnone" width="1498"] From left, Thomas Hudgins, Sarah Edison and Eric Lapin.Image Credit: Ashley Jones / Clemson University[/caption] CLEMSON — As Lillian U. Harder steps down from her role as director of the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts later this month, three members of the performing arts department and the Brooks Center have…
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